Kick Start Your Goals With Low Calorie Non-Alcoholic Cocktails

Kick Start Your Goals With Low Calorie Non-Alcoholic Cocktails

Spruce up your festivities or kick off Dry January with these delicious low calorie non-alcoholic cocktails. If you're considering joining the Dry January challenge weight loss is one of the many benefits of going dry for the month. Reducing your alcohol intake may help you reduce your overall caloric intake. Alcohol impairs judgment and may lead to overeating, taking a break from it may lead to better choices, and even losing some pounds. These non-alcoholic recipes will help you save on calories and are crafted with more wholesome ingredients, try one today!


Ceder's Classic

2oz Ceder’s Classic
Premium Indian Tonic Water
Slice of lemon
Sprig of rosemary

Method: Build ingredients in an ice-filled glass. Garnish with slice of lemon & sprig of rosemary.



2oz Livener
Grapefruit peel or slice

Method: Top with tonic water. Garnish with grapefruit peel or slice.


Holiday Rush


3 oz. Ritual Gin Alternative
Tonic water
Whole cranberries
Rosemary sprigs

Method: Pour Ritual gin alternative into a tall glass or shaker of ice and stir until well chilled. Transfer to a smaller serving glass and top with tonic water. Garnish with skewered cranberries and a rosemary sprig.


Spiritless Poinsettia


1 ½ Oz. Spiritless Kentucky 74
1 Oz. 100% Cranberry Juice
3 Oz Lemon Soda

Method: Combine in a wine glass and add ice. Garnish with rosemary.


1 ½ oz OPTIMIST Smokey
½ oz Ginger Ale syrup
2 ½ oz Hibiscus Agua Fresca

Method: Combine all ingredients into a tall glass, over ice. Squeeze juice of half lime.



2 oz Sobrii 0-Tequila
½ oz Grapefruit Juice
½ oz Agave Syrup
2 oz Sparkling Grapefruit Soda (Fever-Tree recommended)

Fill your collins glass with ice before creating your cocktail. Add Sobrii, Grapefruit Juice and Syrup into a shaker with ice and give this a quick shake. Strain over fresh ice and top with Grapefruit Soda.


Spice Ginger Highball


2 Oz Seedlip Spice 94
Ginger Ale

Method: Top with Ginger Ale. Serve in highball glass and garnish with lime wedge.